Pianos made by: various makers (see text)
This famous old American piano brand dates back to at least 1843 in Boston, and has changed hands many times over the years. It eventually became part of the Aeolian group of piano brands, and instruments bearing the name were manufactured at Aeolian’s Memphis plant until that company went out of business in 1985. Subsequently, North American Music began producing Hallet, Davis, & Co. pianos, first in Korea, and now in China.
The Heritage Collection is made by the Beijing Hsinghai Piano Group, Ltd. (see Beijing Hsinghai), the Signature Collection by Pearl River. The upper-level pianos, known as the Imperial Collection II, are manufactured by Parsons Music, a factory associated with a large chain of music stores in China and Hong Kong, and one of the largest producers of pianos in China.